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Domestic abuse is a serious and widespread problem which affects nearly 10% of women and 5% of men every year. In this course you will learn who is at risk and how the law can help.
The aim of the duty to provide independent advocacy is to enable people who have substantial difficulty in being involved in these local authority processes to be supported in that involvement as fully as possible, and where necessary to be represented by an advocate who speaks on their behalf. About this course This course forms part of the suite of e-learning courses that have been developed to support the implementation of part one of the Care Act 2014.
Child sex abusers can be anyone. They are not always adults - children and young people can also behave in a sexually abusive way.
Description Learning how to provide Basic Life Support (BLS) could help you to save a life may well be the most valuable skill you will ever learn. In this Basic Life Support certification course you will learn how to perform CPR on infants, children and adults.
Audience This course bundle contains the following courses: • Carers, parents and professional organisations • Adult and Children's Social Care Services staff and other local authority partner organisations • Housing and public health staff • Health staff • Education staff About this course This course will heighten your awareness and increase your understanding of autism. The course is split into three modules: • What is autism? • What are the main challenges? • Characteristics and diagnosis of autism Upon successful completion of this course you will be automatically awarded a certificate containing the course name, completion date, CPD hours and learning objectives.
There are no simple solutions or answers for working with children, young people and parents to manage and change challenging behaviour. There are, however, a range of approaches that practitioners may consider using.
There is no precise formula for multi-agency working. It is complex, challenging and significantly influenced by the local context and personalities involved.
This Substance Misuse course will enable you to understand how drugs work, how their use affects people and their families and how addicts can be helped to recover.
This Safeguarding Children for Education (Levels 1 and 2) course ‘bundle’ is intended for people who work in the Education sector who make or who could potentially make onward safeguarding referrals to the police and Children’s Social Care.
This course gives useful practical advice for employees, employers, managers, and safety representatives on how to reduce the risk of injury from manual handling. The course also provides organisations a level of compliance to meet many of their health and safety training obligations.
Inclusion means a focus on ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to be engaged and involved in mainstream community life – whether it be education, employment or community involvement. Prejudice means holding an unfavourable opinion of someone based on stereotypes or ignorance, and without any knowledge, thought or reason.
People who physically abuse children can be anyone who comes into contact with a child. They can be teachers, next door neighbours or a member of the family.
The course will help you identify children at risk of witchcraft abuse - which will, in turn, help you to protect them from their abusers. About this course The course will increase your understanding of abuse relating to beliefs in witchcraft.
E-safety is all about protecting people (especially children and young people) in the digital world – learning to understand and use new technologies in a safe and positive way, and knowing the risks as well as the benefits.
Everyone whose needs are met by the local authority, whether those needs are eligible, or if the authority has chosen to meet other needs, must receive a personal budget as part of the care and support plan, or support plan. About this course This course forms part of the suite of e-learning courses that have been developed to support the implementation of part one of the Care Act 2014.
If personal information is not recorded accurately, or is lost or disclosed to unauthorised people, then the implications for that person, and for your organisation, could be very serious. About this course Upon successful completion of this course you will be automatically awarded a certificate containing the course name, completion date, CPD hours and learning objectives.
Upon successful completion of this training course, you will understand how the Common Assessment Framework (CAF - or Early Help) applies to your work. About this course Upon successful completion of this course you will be automatically awarded a certificate containing the course name, completion date, CPD hours and learning objectives.
Description This course will give Care Certificate assessors the knowledge, understanding and confidence to plan, undertake and record their own assessment decisions, within the framework of the Care Certificate in their organisation. Audience This course will equip an organisation’s senior staff with the required skills and knowledge to assess the new Care Certificate standards and has been designed for: Care Certificate assessors who are unfamiliar with assessment processes, and Assessors who want to refresh their knowledge of assessment, specifically around assessment of the Care Certificate standards About this course The Care Certificate has been developed to evidence that health and social care workers are knowledgeable, safe and able to provide compassionate, high-quality care to vulnerable people.
This 'Effective Communication - Communicating with Children and Families' course will help enable you to communicate effectively with children, young people and their parents or carers. About this course This course contains the following three modules: • Appropriate Relationships • How to Communicate Well • Communicating with Parents and Young Carers Upon successful completion of the three modules you will be automatically awarded a certificate containing the course name, completion date, CPD hours and learning objectives.
You are exposed each day to a range of hazards and risks. A risk assessment will help you to focus on the risks that really matter.